Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum preserves the traditions
and history of country music and educates its audiences.
Nowadays functioning as a history museum and as an (international)
arts organization, the CMF, serves visiting and non-visiting
audiences including students, fans, scholars, members of the music
industry, and of course the general public.
The building's exterior is laced with symbolic images of country
music. The most obvious are the windows that mirror the
configuration of piano keys. It includes also the image of the
diamond-shaped radio mast, which is a miniaturized replica of the
WSM tower located a few miles south of Nashville. The round
disc's surrounding the tower symbolize the different size records
and CD's used to record country music.
The northwest corner of the building looks like the tail fin of a
1950s Cadillac. The Country Music Hall of Fame was designed by local
architecture firm Tuck Hinton Architects and museum design firm
Ralph Appelbaum Associates.
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